Lured by higher wages and the country's lenient approach to freelancing contracts, Poland's IT pros did remote working before it was cool. But proposed changes to the country's tax laws could make things more difficult.
IT leaders see the shortage of talent as the biggest barrier to adoption for two-thirds of emerging technologies. That's coming in the way of organizations' digital transformations.
Up to a third of emails that were flagged as suspicious by employees were actually a threat, according to a new report.
Businesses are worried that a wave of resignations from the tech team is looming. A few changes could be key to making them stay.
Open-source developers could change the balance of power in tech, if they want to seize the opportunity.
Is there a skills shortage? Or is applicant-scanning software blinding companies to good new recruits?
From product design to business intelligence and onto measuring market metrics, here's what five digital leaders believe businesses should focus on if they want to deliver great tech-enabled customer experiences.
There are some pretty clear signs of the shape of things to come - if you look at where the investment is going right now.
The US leads the way in overall crypto friendliness – but not by as much as you may think.
Even though times continue to remain uncertain, tech companies have already started considering what office life will look like post-pandemic.
After scooping up two facilities from GPX Global Systems, Equinix now has a presence in India, along with a new MD, Manoj Paul.
Rapid digital transformation has helped companies become more flexible and resilient, leaving them better placed for the future. Here's what comes next.
Executives can be reluctant to free up budget to fund cybersecurity. Here's how to convince them that spending money on securing the business is the right thing to do.
Digital skills have seen increased demand in 2021, yet IT salaries have remained relatively stable. Instead, employers are looking to diversify their compensation packages to keep tech workers sweet in a competitive jobs market.
Investing in technology discovery might seem like a risky strategy, but it's one that pays off.
Here are the charts that matter from the past month in enterprise tech news.
From top programming languages and onto big spending on PCs, here's the research that matters from the past months in technology news.
From changing demand for Chromebooks to growth in cloud services and onto IT asset management, here's the charts that matter from the past month in tech news.
From hardware price spikes to tech priorities for small businesses and onto remote-working plans, here's the charts that matter from the past month in news.
From rapid digitisation during the past 12 months to the continued growth of cloud computing and onto stellar results from Apple, here's the charts that matter from the past month in enterprise tech news.
From home working to a mounting data-breach crisis and onto ethical use of AI, here's the facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
From the impact of 5G on the edge to the skills likely to get you hired and onto the growth of cloud computing, here are the key charts from the past months in tech news.
From an upturn in IT spending to continued growth in cloud computing and a worrying phishing scam, here's the key trends from the past month in technology news.
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From the growth in remote working to the rise of automation and onto the demand for wearable devices, here's the research that matters from the past month in tech news.
From the potential impact of quantum computing through to the IT trends for 2021 and the growth in startups, here's the facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
From fears over digital transformation success rates to the growth in ransomware, here's all the charts that matter from the past month in technology news.
Here's the facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
From emerging technologies to consumer confidence and onto remote-working tech, here's the charts that matter from the past month in news.
From the rise of the Python programming language to enterprise investments in AI and onto the future of work, here's the charts that matter from the past month in news.
Dr. Frances Chance, scientist at Sandia National Laboratories, explains to Tonya Hall why insect brains could hold the key to smarter computers.
Tonya Hall talks to Ben Drury, CEO at Yoto, about the advantages and inconveniences of designing a smart speaker exclusively for children.
Tonya Hall interviews Kyle Kouchinsky, senior director of TM Studio at Ally, about the role game platforms can play in education.
Tonya Hall discusses with author Azeem Azhar whether humanity is wired to manage the exponential growth of computing power.
Dr.George Westerman, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, explains to Tonya Hall why technology needs a transformative plan to add value to a company.
Window Snyder, CEO at Thistle Technologies, talks to Tonya Hall about emotional intelligence, communication skills and mentoring in the tech sector.
Daphné Leprince-Ringuet says remote working is driving employees out of the most established technology hubs. Where are they going next? Read more: https://zd.net/3ydFqRL
Tonya Hall interviews Niko Eiden, CEO at Pixieray, about future glasses that will bring into focus anything that you're looking at.
It's International Chess Day and we're going to take a look at a Star Trek 3-dimensional chess set, talk about space travel, Apollo 11, and some great TV shows that you may want to binge on. Plus there's a video. This article has it all. Read more: https://zd.net/2UZcLkr
Tonya Hall interviews Dr. Rana El Kalouby, deputy CEO of Smart Eye and author of "Girl Decoded," about how emotion-detection software can make driving safer.
Tonya Hall interviews Dr. Franck Marchis, senior astronomer at SEIT Institute, about how space exploration can be a citizens' collaborative effort.
Tonya Hall interviews Preston So, senior director at Oracle, about the exciting challenges of designing voice interfaces.
Owen Hughes says after a year of burnout, increased workloads and professional stagnation, developers are preparing to move on -- right when employers need them most. Read more: https://zd.net/2TYvLje
ViewSonic's VX2880ml is a well-specified 28-inch UltraHD (4K) display that delivers good performance at a reasonable price.
Microsoft is not known for educational computing tools, but with Office Mix it's turning PowerPoint into a tool for building online lessons.
The largest and heaviest all-in-one PC we've ever seen, the BigTouch may find a niche in some presentation, classroom or signage situations. However, the price is almost as eye-watering as the system when you try to lift it.
Microsoft's ISA server has grown a loyal following over the years. The recently released Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 (TMG) is the newest prodigy in this lineage.
The appliance format of the Kbox 1000 puts a new slant on systems management, making the process significantly easier, quicker and more affordable compared to traditional software-only solutions.
Toshiba, who built one of the world's first notebooks, clearly has a head start in the race to put a laptop on every desk. The AU$1,210 Satellite M300 is a step in the right direction, being a modest, yet high quality desktop replacement at a reasonable price.
Cost aside, GoToMyPC 6.0 is a great service. It is extremely easy to install, has great features and most importantly, it just works.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.
At AU$999, the DreamBook Light 350S is one of the cheapest notebooks money can buy. You get what you pay for, however.
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